coconut oil

Morning Links

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  1. 5 Recipes to get juicing  (TheResidence)
  2. Your lips can still be super soft with this cult (& personal) fave, but in a brand new hue (sephora.com)
  3. The Do’s & Don’ts of Shopping A Sale (WhoWhatWear.com)
  4. At-home beauty DIYs from VS beach beauties (byrdie.com)
  5. Not ready to commit to Birks? This trendy touch on a classic style brings the latest shoe trend in full force, on the cheap (target.com)
  6. Revive when your mascara goes dry, with something you already have in your handbag (thebeautydepartment.com)
  7. DIY your own beach tote for your next sun kissed trip (theglitterguide.com)
  8. These coconut milk based popsicles are the perfect treat to beat the heat (thisrawsomeveganlife.com)
  9. 3 Ways to Disinfect Your Makeup During Breakout Season (glamour.com)

Kitchen Sink Vegetable Soup


Kitchen Sink Vegetable Soup

Before starting a 3 Day Pressed Juicery cleanse, I decided to round up all of my veggies to make a vegetable soup to have beforehand, and freeze and enjoy after the cleanse. It was nutrient filled, protein enriched and low sodium. It’s a great way to use up veggies before they go bad.

Kitchen Sink Vegetable Soup

  1. Chop vegetables, I used green beans, cauliflower, onions, carrots, squash, zucchini, asparagus, and green bell peppers.
  2. Heat 2 T coconut oil with garlic and onions in a pot. Add spices, I used basil, oregano, pepper, and Mrs. Dash Italian seasonings.
  3. Sauteed carrots, cauliflower and celery until tender.
  4. Add green beans, peppers, and asparagus, along with 28 oz water, 14 oz no-salt added diced tomatoes, and 2 vegan no-salt added bouillon cubes. I also added 2 bay leaves for flavor. Let simmer for 30 minutes.
  5. Add remaining vegetables and beans, zucchini, squash, chickpeas, and black beans and let simmer for another 15 minutes. Serve warm!

Kitchen Sink Vegetable Soup